Party Like It's 1999 With This Lamborghini Millennium Roadster
Just 30 Lamborghini Diablo VT Millennium Roadsters were built in 1999. One of these rare supercars is now up for auction
The turn of the millennium marked a sea change for the world of supercars with fire breathing monsters being replaced with, still exciting but far more manageable, ‘everyday usable’ models. Lamborghini’s Diablo was replaced in 2001 by the Murcielago, but not before the Italian marque celebrated the year 2000. This Lamborghini Diablo VT Millennium Roadster is up for auction on Bring A Trailer.
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With just 8500 miles logged since 1999, this Diablo VT Millennium Roadster is a low-mileage rarity. Only 30 were produced globally, 10 of which were destined for American shores with all US models finished in this Titanium Metallic. The Millennium Roadster was actually one of the very last convertible Diablos produced before the model’s replacement arrived.
Things that separate this Diablo from lesser models include a unique leather interior, carbon fiber rear spoiler and a short ratio SV-spec rear differential. Its naturally aspirated 5.7-liter V12 engine, glorious five-speed manual transmission, and all-wheel drive remain untouched, but then who would complain about 529-horsepower and a claimed top speed of over 200mph?
The Lamborghini Diablo was introduced in 1990 as a replacement to the legendary Countach. It continued the Lamborghini tradition of naming cars after fighting bulls with ‘Diablo’ being the ferocious bull raised by the Duke of Veragua.
Interestingly, its original design came from the hand of Miura creator Marcello Gandini, but when Chrysler bought Lamborghini in '87, it demanded a US-led redesign. Gandini was so angry about the sudden rejection of his design that he released it as the Cizeta-Moroder V16T with the help of ex-Lamborghini employees.
This specific car is number seven of ten that came to America and will certainly peak the interest of collectors. It comes with 12 years worth of service history, an original toolkit, owners manual, and a clean Texas title. The car is in good working order, including its power hardtop, and is highly original.
At the time of writing the leading auction bid is $180,000, with three days remaining on the sale. We’d expect the true bidding war for this old-school supercar to commence very soon.
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Very nice Lamborghini Diablo! German Delivery. One of the last real Lamborghini`s! Equipment: Rear spoiler (not mounted), Murcielago wheels (not mounted), navigation system, air conditioning, leather interior.
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1995 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO VT "Extremely Rare Color (Titanium)" USA Spec VIN: ZA9DU07P3SLA12341 Exterior: Titanium (Rare Color) Interior: Black Leather Mileage: 12,739 Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Engine: 5.7L V12 F DOHC 48V Matching Numbers Excellent Condition Owners Manual and Tools come with the car About this car: The 5.7L V12 starts right up and settles to appropriate idle. S
Client Advisor - ULTRA RARE 1999 Lamborghini Diablo VT Alpine edition is Car number 11 of 12. Showing only 7,915 original miles. No. 11 of 12 built for the United States Market to celebrate the relationship between Automobili Lamborghini SpA and Alpine Car Audio. 5.7/523 HP DOHC V-12 engine 5-speed manual transmission Brembo vented disc brakes All-wheel drive Snowcorn interior with Blue contrast p